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The list of Athletes currently ineligible under decisions of the Russian Sport Federations (16.08.2019)
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The list of Athletes currently ineligible under decisions of the International Sport Federations (23.08.2019)
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The list of Athlete Support Personnel currently ineligible under decisions of the Russian Sport Federations and the International Sports Federations (16.08.2019)

RUSADA draws your attention that, according to the comments to Article 2.10 of the World Anti-Doping Code, athletes and other persons must not work with coaches, trainers, physicians or other athlete support personnel who are ineligible on account of an anti-doping rule violation or who have been criminally convicted or professionally disciplined in relation to doping. Violation of this requirement may result in imposing ineligibility of up to 2 years..



16.08
2019

Russian Boxing Federation, following the decision by RAA RUSADA, rendered the decision that made athlete Magomedov Sadam ineligible for 2 years for violation of art. 2.4 of the All-Russian Anti-Doping Rules, the period commencing on May 16, 2019.

16.08
2019

Russian Weightlifting Federation, following the decision by RAA RUSADA, rendered the decision that made coach Samuilov Viktor ineligible for 4 years for violation of art. 2.9 of the All-Russian Anti-Doping Rules, the period commencing on March 21, 2019.


16.08
2019

Russian Weightlifting Federation, following the decision by RAA RUSADA, rendered the decision that made athlete Samuilova Aleksandra ineligible for 8 years for the second violation of art. 2.5 and art. 10.11.1 of the All-Russian Anti-Doping Rules, the period commencing on February 26, 2019.

14.08
2019

Russian Shooting Union, following the decision by RAA RUSADA, rendered the decision that made athlete Kuznetsov Stanislav ineligible for 1 year for violation of art. 2.2 of the All-Russian Anti-Doping Rules, the period commencing on November 29, 2017.